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sterling silver masonic ring


sterling silver masonic ring

Sterling Silver Masonic Ring, the illuminating sign of the Freemason. The Sterling Silver Masonic Ring is the all-telling sign of Freemasons all over the world. The Sterling Silver Masonic Ring is a very affordable option to the gold Masonic Ring. Typically shown with the Compass and Square on the top of the Sterling Silver Masonic Ring and the Plumb and Trowel on the sides of the shank of the Sterling Silver Masonic Ring, the ring is normally worn on the third index finger next to the pinky finger on the right hand. There are several different opinions as to whether the points of the compass on the Sterling Silver Masonic Ring should point toward or away from the wearer's body. To the best of my knowledge, the Grand Lodges have not made any rulings on this subject. Take one viewpoint for example. If you were to hang the American Flag, would you hang it with the stars at the bottom of the flag? Obviously you would not do that; therefore, the wearer of the Sterling Silver Masonic Ring should wear the ring with the points of the compass and square pointing toward the wearer. Another viewpoint is that when the emblem of the Compass and square is displayed on a building or a pennant, the normal customer would be that the points of the compass would point downward. When displayed on the Altar, the points of the compass and square point away from the Master. As the Master from his station views the compass from the Altar of his lodge, the points are from, not towards him. As the wearer of a compass watch charm views it, the points are down and away from his eyes. In a similar way, as the Mason views the emblem on his Sterling Silver Masonic Ring, the points should be down or away from his eyes. The square is the symbol of earthly things and the compass of heavenly perfection. As a combined emblem, the ends of the square point up as a symbol of man's aspirations toward God; the points of the compass are down to represent heavenly qualities coming down from God to earth; therefore it would seem that the proper way to wear the Sterling Silver Masonic Ring would be that is which its symbolism is best expressed; namely, that in which, when the hand is held in its usual position, the points of the compass of the Sterling Silver Masonic Ring are towards the earth and away from the wearer's eyes.


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